🦖⬆️🌵At Google we love Dinosaurs…

The other day I visited the Googleplex for the first time in many months and Stan, the Dinosaur that is in the Google campus was doing a barbeque with its Noogler hat.

Stan is not the only Google’s Dinosaur we also have the Chrome Dino that you can use when you don’t have connection.

In a 2018 interview to the UX team that developed one of the best Easter Eggs we have at Google.

“There’s nothing fun about getting kicked offline — unless you have a friendly T-Rex to keep you company, that is,”

How can I play with the Google Dino when online?

The team created a link that works when you are online simply the following link in Chrome: chrome://dino

PS: Imagine being the Google supplier that got this call: “Do you make flamingo 🦩 shirts for T-Rexes?” — “Yeah Sure”

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🌀 Growth Marketing Manager at Google · Studied Management at Bocconi University · Worked as Photojournalist in Italy. Writes about Tech, Marketing & more.

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🌀 Growth Marketing Manager at Google · Studied Management at Bocconi University · Worked as Photojournalist in Italy. Writes about Tech, Marketing & more.

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